Comedy – Bob Hope – Road To Holywood – Rosemary Clooney & Lucille Ball & James Cagney

DOG ASIDE: When considering the 2300 hours of vintage sports, comedy and music that I am posting on Imasportsphile’s wherewith….it becomes as clear as the nose on this lil ole chiweenie Sportsphile’s face….that the years from which these videos took place….1950 to 1995….were simply the golden age of comedy….for during this era the very best…

Comedy – Red Skelton – A Piece Of Bacon Frying & Marcel Marceau – Lion Tamer

DOG COMMENTARY: This Red Skelton video give each viewer the comedic mime genius of Red Skelton….with a special “cherry” on top when he presents the creative brilliance of Marcel Marceau….for it is easy to see how these two entertainers of the highest order….would deal with their obvious appreciation for each other. Skelton and Marceau were…

Comedy – Red Skelton – Two Highway Patrolmen & Two Texans & Frogs

DOG COMMENTARY: Red Skelton was an entertainer extraordinaire….who entertained audiences for the better part of 70 years in medicine shows, riverboats, as an clown artist, radio, film, television and stage….as his most outstanding talent was his pure ability to make folks laugh….for this was his true God given talent….and that is why God allowed him…

Comedy – Red Skelton – Stand Up Live & The Kinkers Breakfast

DOG COMMENTARY: Red Skelton was more than just a comedian….for he was an awesome mime….a talented film actor…..a brilliant clown….a successful artist….an artful joke teller and word merchant….as Richard “Red” Skelton was an entertainer of the highest level….who could make anyone laugh….for this was his true God given talent….and he bacame a master, so God…

Olympics – 1984 Los Angeles – ABC Profile – Actor Sid Caesar With Kathleen Sullivan

DOG COMMENTARY: Isaac Sidney “Sid” Caesar (September 8, 1922 – February 12, 2014) was an American comic actor and writer….who was best known for the pioneering of live television in the 1950’s series Your Show of Shows….a 90-minute weekly show watched by 60 million people….and its successor, Caesar’s Hour, both of which influenced later generations of…

Olympics – 1984 Los Angeles – ABC Interview – Kathleen Sullivan & Actor Tom Selleck

DOG ASIDE: Kathleen Sullivan (born May 17, 1953) is an American television journalist….who was hired as CNN anchor by former president Reese Schonfeld in 1980.  Her career has been involved in nearly every area of broadcasting….who for more than a decade was a news anchor….working at CNN, ABC News and CBS News…..and she was a blogger for The…

Olympics – 1984 Los Angeles – ABC Interview – Frank Gifford & Robert Conrad

DOG ASIDE: Robert Conrad is an American film and television actor….best known for his role in the 1965–69 television series The Wild Wild West….where he played the sophisticated Secret Service agent James T. West….and later portrayed World War II ace Pappy Boyington in the television series Black Sheep Squadron. He was a recording artist of…

Comedy – Richard Pryor – Kids Lying & Stuttering Chinaman & Orgasms And Macho Man

DOG COMMENTARY: Bone Daddy has literally hundreds of hours of comedy….featuring the funniest comedians and their funniest pieces….but “foul mouthed” or not…..Richard Pryor was as the top of the heap when it came to just making you laugh…..and not just some chuckle….but multiple full blown belly laughs…..you know, the kind that heals the soul….for he…

Comedy – Richard Pryor – Staying In Shape & Drowning & Kids & Mexicans & Stuttering Chineese

DOG ASIDE: In 1983, Pryor signed a five-year contract with Columbia Pictures for $40,000,000….and he started his own production company, Indigo Productions.  This resulted in the mainstreaming of Pryor’s onscreen persona and softer, more formulaic films like Superman III (1983)….which earned Pryor $4,000,000…. and Brewster’s Millions (1985), Moving (1988) and See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989).…